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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
Rev. I. G. Shaw haa returned
P O IN T S O F IN T E R E S T ON E A S T
from Southern California, much
ERN TO UR
pleased with the trip and that sec
tion. He heard Mrs. McPherson
speak at the Angelus Temple and
says the crowd was immense and the
talk interesting. Mr. Shaw also
states that real estate is changing
hands rapidly and new towns spring
ing up. He gives the people credit
for being real boosters.
Programs for the all day service
for young people have been printed,
and are being widely distributed, ex
tending a cordial invitation to all to
take part in the meetings next Sun
day at the Union church.
A card from Mrs. J. H. Snyder
states that the family is located at
724 Twenty-fourth street, Ogden,
Utah, anu they expect to remain
there indefinitely as Mr. Snyder has
employment and they are otherwise
Mr. Cowley, ex-mayor o f Central
Point, and Henry Riley, were up
from Dunsmuir, California, the first
of the week, paying a short visit to
Miss Ferguson, a sister o f Bill,
left today for Medford and will soon
go to San Jose, California, near
which place she has a. position as
teacher in a school.
W. H. Norcross is leaving today
for a two weeks’ visit in Oakland,
His brother, whom he
has gone to see, is ill.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sterling
Richmond, on Sunday, August 29, a
daughter, whose name has been
chosen as Helen Louise. Mrs. Rich
mond and the little girl are at the
Community Hospital in Medford.
Mrs. H. P. Jewett has as guests
* this week two sisters, Mrs. Marie
Pi Putnam and two children, and Mrs.
Ethel McCoy with her daughter, Mar
garet. Mrs. McCoy has returned to
in her home in Salem and Mrs. Putnam,
who is also from Salem, has remain
ed for a longer stay.
Major Cunningham, after dispos
ing of his household goods and other
possessions here, has left for Enter
2 prise, Oregon, where he has pur
> chased property.
Marion Mayfield, of near Crescent
in the Deschutes River section, is
here visiting relatives, including Mrs.
Mayfield and mother, who live in
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wayi are among the best in the U.
H., the one most noted being the Nat
ional Pike, built 75 year: age. The
bridges that were built at that time
are still used, and are kept up-to-
date by an occasional application o f
The travel over this
road is heavy, it being estimated
from a certain point, that from five
to six thousand cars pass daily.
No grade is as steep as those in
the Siskiyous and occasionally white
wooden crosses are seen. These
mark the spot where at some time
some one has been killed.
seems to us an excellent reminder
and we wonder if a similar system
on the Pacific highway might cause
drivers to drive more cautiously.)
This road is No. 1, as it was the
first road construction to be given
Federal Aid. The speed limit is 35
miles an hour and an arrest for
speeding is seldom known. At Woods-
field, Ohio, Mr .Faber met an old
time friend from Iowa and the two
went together to the Centennial Ex
position, o f which we expect to hear
We are grateful to Mr. Faber for
this brief review o f his trip and we
trust it mjty be o f as much interest
to our readers as it has been to us.
B rick Ice Cream at D am on ’ s,
KERR’S EGG MA S H
$2.80 per Hundred
lb*.— Delivered 1
4 6 1
KERR’S EGG MA S H
E. G. Whiteside and wife left for
Portland by auto Sunday morning
to visit at the home of the former's
brothers for a week.
NEW BUNGALOW FOR SALE
4 rooms, breakfast nook, screen
porch, large garage and wood shed,
corner lot. Priced low for quick sale.
Inquire at this office.
MOVES TO NEW LOCATION ..
Louis Grimes has moved his bat
tery and electric shop to the west
room o f the Faber building. The
room has been remodeled for his
business giving him an up-to-date o f
fice and working rooms. Louis is
one o f the best battery men in
Southern Oregon and his business
has been Rowing each year.
Visit him in his new quarters.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 192«
Brick les Cream at Dim as Cafe. FOR SALE— Combination wood and
Just like new.
Pickett, Norval Wiley, bargain.
Also bed, mattress and
Everett Faber and John Bohnert left springs.
Inquire at this office or
the first of the week for Crater and see F. E. Stephenson, one block east
Diamond lakes. They will return and two north of Gateway Service
Station, Central Point.
George Adams has accepted the
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith o f Ruch,
postion in the Paxson Drug store,
were guests o f Mrs. Crane
: formerly occupied by Florence Ham
the first o f the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ross are moving
into the Stevenson house.
Miss Margaret Collins is on the |
All W. R. C. members are re- 1
quested to be present at their m eet-1
ing Saturday, September 4.
Baby Mildred Williams has been j
quite 111 for a few days but is im- J
proving.at this writing.
Miss Gladys Holmes is spending
the week in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strowmeier, Mr.
and Mrs. John Hesselgrave and fam
ily, picnicked at Rogue Rjver last
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Merriman of
Medford spent Wednesday evening
at the home of Mrs. Mary Price.
Walter Painter returned from
California where he has been em
ployed for the summer with the
ClarC-Henry Construction company.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Brenner
and little Miss Dorothy Lebeck, spent
Sunday in Klamath Falls at the
home o f Mr. Brenner’s sister, Mrs.
Steve Stevenson is building a
wood shed and garage on his prop
erty on Sixth and Manzanita street.
Mrs. Bill Pybem spent a few days
with friends in this city the last
H. R. Stearns moved into the
house recently vated by D. M. Hoag-
New S ch ool B ook s R ea d y— I f you
know you r grade, w e can fill you r
o rd e r.— M ary A . Mee.
E. H. TJiornbrue was a caller Mon
day to renew the American.
Wm. J. Kinsman and wife, o f Ap
plegate, are visiting Mrs. Kinsman’s
mother, Mrs. W. A. Crane.
Miss Mary A. Mee visited her
brother, W. D. Mee, o f Applegate,
Dr. H. Coleman and mother, of
Medford, visited Mrs. W. A. Crane
and Miss Mary A. Mee the first of
Mrs. Elmer Hull, o f Modoc Orch
ards was shopping in our city Wed
W A N T E D — M en o r w om en salesm en.
Sell Silk H osiery
T a ilored
L in geria.
E x p e rie n ce
u nn ecessary.
G ood pay, perm anen t position .
dress S. D. F orbes, ca re this paper.
Frank Cline brought a load of
household goods over from Algoma,
Saturday, for Adrian Thompson. Mr.
Thompson will build a house on his
place in the Pine Grove tract.
Mr. and Mrs. Landis Philpot and
baby boy, from Harrisburg, Oregon,
visited over Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Grisham. Mr. Philpot
and Mr. Grisham were boyhood
chums in Linn county.
W. M. Tetherow is treating his
residence to a new coat o f paint and
a new roof.
Munger and McKinley
will be at our store with
an immense line of
very latest styles of
Ladies Coats, Dresses
and Hats direct from
One Day Only
Men’s & Boys’ Dress
Oxfords, black or tan, and in all the
new shapes and all of the best quali
ties of Star Shoes—
F or Sale or W ill T rad e f o r C o n tro l
P oin t p rop erty, resid en ce in A shland,
furnished, twn lote. W rite 163 A u
burn St., Ashland.
S tart E ast'N ow
final sale date for summer reduced
roundtrip fares to eastern points fo
Order your reservations at once. You can take
advantage o f these reductions by leaving any
day between now and the 18th., returning on
or before October 31.
Plan your trip to include California, either
going or rctur. ing. It costs but little more—less
than half what your roundtrip fare to California
and return would be. Stopover wherever you
So travel the scenic Shasta Route southward
to San Francisco or Los Angeles. 3 dclightful
routes cast from California, with world-famous
trains to serve you.
Avoid the last-minute rush. Call a outhem
Pacific travel expert today.
A. BOLES. A |**i
Little Donald Nichols has been
under the doctor’s care the past
week, being quite sick with stomach
trouble and fever.
W. H. Norcross and wife left to
day for a visit in California.
L. L. Norcross and wife o f Ash
land were visiting in our city today.
While here they paid the office a
short visit to renew the American.
Kenneth Beebe and family left
today for a week’s outing at New
port and other coast towns.
J. W. Hedgpeth and family arriv
ed here last Friday from Preswell,
Oregon, for a few days’ visit at the
home o f the brother, E. W. Hedg
peth. From here they will go to
Gazelle, California, where a family
reunion o f the four brothers will be
The Union Church Messenger
reaches us under date o f September
1, 1926, with ita usual words of
cheer and excellent articles on right
Mrs. Edith Deuel is here from
Ashland to spend the three weeks’
vacation with her parents, John and
Vrs. Ross. Mrs. Deuel will return
to the State Normal for the winter
FO R R E N T nr S A L E — M o d e m 4-
room dw elling, garage and w ood-
• bed. u nfu rn ish ed , will sail at a b a r
gain. or rant fe r the w inter.
W G . Trill.
Mrs. Lane Wyland o f Sam’s Val
ley, is shopping in town this morn
Word from Helen J. Carlton ia to
the effect that she has arrived safely
in New Jersey, is well, and hnd a
Word from Frank Jones, employ
ed at Crater Lake, reports an inch
and one-half o f snow there the first
o f the week.
W IL L E X C H A N G E - A small tract
• f land, witk lie s p a yin g business
*!••• to good m arket; will ea ck a n g e
fo r small a cra ogo noar C on trol Point.
Foe particulars see W . G. Trill.
.75, 5.00, 5.50, to $7.00 and 9.00
cÆs plain as an
to th ose w h o tvear them
G e t Y o u r s A t
B.P. Thiess & Co.